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THE TOPEKA DAILY STATE JOURNAL SATURDAY EVENING. JUNE 6, 1903.
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LTtoilet Soap ,.J
You will find the Sweetheart Soap Coupon in the lower right hand corner of this advertisement, i ; Cut it out.
Sign your name and address to it, and present it to your grocer, who is authorized to give you absolutely free for
the coupon a full-size cake of Sweetheart Toilet Soap. We will pay him for it-it costs you nothing. Your
grocer makes his regular prof it on every cake he gives away, and there is no reason why you should not receive
the free cake at any grocery store in Kansas.
We publish a list below of a few of the grocers who would be pleased to have you visit their stores and
redeem your coupons.
ANY OF TIIK FOLLOWTVG JOB
BERS WILL RE PLEASED to SUP
PLY THE RETAILERS IX THIS
TERRITORY WITH SWEETHEART
Parkhurst-Davis Merc. Co., Topeka. Ks.
MeCord-Kistler Merc. Co., Topeka, Ks.
Ridnour Baker Groc. Co., Topeka, Ks.
H. D. Lee Merc. Co., Sallna, Ks.
Symms Grocer Co., Atchison, Ks.
Dolan Merc. Co., Atchison, Ks.
Bittman Todd Co., Leavenworth, Ka.
The Poehler Merc. Co., Lawrence, Ks.
Nave MeCord Merc. Co.. St. Joseph, Mo.
Letts-Spencer Co., St. Joseph, Mo.
Parker-Wilson Groc. Co., St. Joseph.Mo.
Ridenour Baker Gro. Co.. Kansas City.
Ryley-Wilson Gro. Co., Kansas City.
Ions Bros. Gro. Co., Kansas City.
K. C. Wholesale Gro. Co., Kansas City.
RETAIL GROCERS CITY.
A. A. Aldefer, 1001 Morris.
Geo. C. Beach, 218 W. 6th.
A. J. Berry. 405 N. Kansas ave.
Geo. B. Brown, 903 W. 6th.
J. C. Brown. 1241 N. Madison. '
C. W. Carrier. 2222 Lincoln.
J. J. Carter. 1215 Kansas ave.
R. B. Cathers. 401 Lake.
Chapman & Regnler. 1122 W. 10th.
Geo. Chrlstman, 4fi0 E. Lawrence.
S. Cunningham, 735 Lake.
The Dibble Gro. Co.. (N. side) 804 N. K. A.
The Dibble Gro. Co. (S. side) 117 E. 6th.
Davidson & Gerberick, 206 E. 4th.
J. C. Dolman, 800 W. Gordon.
Dreisbach Bros.. 312 W. 2nd.
F. Dreisbach. 913 Kan. ave.
W. A. Eaton, W. Topeka.
Frank EfTinger. 1828 Kansas ave.
Ewing & Stone, 1721 E. 6th St.
RETAIL GROCERS CITY.
The Exchange Grocery, 122 E. 6th.
J. M. Ferguson, 1434 Qulncy.
L. Feiger, 1401 Central.
Wm. Feiger, 605 N. Kansas ave.
Frazer Bros., 123 W. 6th.
J. S. Fritton, 1000 E. 4th.
S. P. Frost. 13o3 Kansas ave.
Garllnghouse Groc. Co., 1160 Clay.
Ed Gordon, K01 W. 6th.
Wm. Gordon. 400 E. 8th.
W. S. Goss, 635 Topeka.
W. Gragg, 140! E. lOth.
J. J. Green. 505 West st.
Wm. Green Grocery Co., 712 Kan. ave.
Thos. Horsfield. 209 Kansas ave.
Geo. Harris, 1123 Kansas ave.
E. Houser, 1035 Clay.
Sam Hindman. 811 Kansas ave.
J. M. Hollenshade, 601 E. 8th.
Geo. N. Johnson. 1001 Topeka.
Kans. Packing House Mkt., 2nd-Monroe.
RETAIL GROCERS CITY.
Keith Grocery Co.. 1201 E. 6th.
C. W. Kidder. 934 Monroe.
Kingsbury & Miller, 8th & Topeka ave.
D. D. Knox, 333 Elm wood.
F. S. Knox. 712 W. 12th.
S. E. Lamb, 420 W. 6th.
Layton & Gallagher. 827 N. Kan. ave.
Luenberger & Dickson, 917 Kans. ave,
J. H. King, 615 E. 10th.
A. M. Leslie, 1700 Topeka.
Lindquist Bros., 911 W. 6th.
A. Linge & Co., 1923 E. 6th.
Lord & Anders, 1131 Huntoon.
M-A GrOLry, 111 E. 6th.
Molz. Bros., 1113 Huntoon.
H. Mooreland, 223 E. 10th st.
Morns & Meyers, 400 N. Kansas ave.
C. W. Myers. 502 W. 10th.
W. L. Osborn. 1701 Kansas ave.
M. W. Overton, 925 W. Gordon.
J. B. Payne, 1240 Clay.
RETAIL GROCERS CITY.
J. M. Peters. 1336 N. Topeka.
Geo. A. Read, 223 E. 4th.
S. 8. Rice & Son, 332 Taylor.
C. A. Roof, 800 E. 8th.
J. F. Roose, 220 W. 6th.
O. J. Shannon. 503 W. 10th.
Shawnee Grocery. 412 E. 6th.
A Sheets. 828 N. Kansas ave. '
Sherman & Co.. 200 W. 6th.
Star Grocery, 411 Kansas ave. '
W. J. Stewart. 1142 Spruce.
A. G. Swanson, 1420 Western.
J. C. Taupert, 808 West 12th.
A. C. Ticehurst, 501 Paramore.
C. V. Ticknor, 1319 East Sixth.
Waldman & Snook. 515 N. Grant.
Warring & Co., 1330 Western ave.
Weber & Co., 431 Kansas ave.
Whittlesey Mercantile Co., 135 Monroe.
W. T. Williams, 835 NT. Kansas ave.
D. A. Wise, Tenth and Washington.
; RETAIL GROCERS CITY.
Staples & Wright, 601 East Fourth.
L. B. Pechner, 918 East Fourth.
John Burgess, Fourth and Locust.
Geo. E. Cole, 1201 Seward.
L. D. Roose. 15th and Lane.-
A. B. Conner, 1135 Kansas ava.
J. J. Lannan, 312 E. Fourth.
Glad Bros., 124 Quincy.
W. C. Terry, 25 Linden.
Irwin" & Pyles, 623 Qulncy. -
A. F. Wesser, 1014 W. 13th.
RETAIL GROCERS COUNTRY.
E. P. McGill, Canton, Kan.
S. H. Hegarty, Elwood. , .
Harris & Bunger, Eskridee.
Mudge Mercantile Co., Eekrldge.
Cathcart & Co., Mayetta, Kan.
Frank G. Kibbey. Hoyt. Kan.
RETAIL GROCERS COUNTRY.
Canton Co-Op. association. Canton.
D. L. Kneeland, Little. River, Kan.
J. Vorhles, RossviUe, Kan.
Barnett & Butler, Glen Elder. "
G. T. Danfbrd, Hamlin.
W. C. Weir, Horton.
J. D. ' Bright & Son, Little River.
L. D. Mueland, Little River.
W. W.. Leveless & Son, Marlon.
Richardson & Bryan. Marlon.
Cundiff Sc Reynolds, Mary villa.
Nellaus St Son, Marys villa.
J. T. Clark, Moray. .
W. W. Blough, Morrill.
T. D. Meek, Norcatur.
C. L. Ross, Norway. - 4
W. D. Molony, Oneida.
S. Weal. Severance.
J. H. Burkett, Whiting.
John Kraft, Stull.
Curt Bergman n, Tecumseh.
To All Grocers Everywhere:
This will be the biggest distribution of Toilet Soap ever made in this territory. We will publish an
other free coupon next Saturday. We want each of you to get your share of this business. If you
have neglected so far to get Sweetheart Soap in stock, please note that we allow your customers two
weeks from June 6th for redemption of coupons to enable you to get stock from your iobbers.
Order a case today, and have the jobber you buy it from report your name for publication. This
will advertise your store and let your customers know you are prepared to redeem their coupons.
j Maohattam Soap Co.
Topeka, Kansas,' June 6, 1908
This coupon is redeemable for a full size cake of Sweetheart Toilet
Soap, when properly signed, at any grocer's where this soap is sold.
Please sign your name and address and present it to your grocer before
Juno 20, 1908, as it is void after that date.
Same ........ i
Address ,. . .
RETAIL GROCERS Your Jobber will redeem this coupon, when prop
erly signed, on the most liberal plan ever devised for the retailer's benefit.
WARNING Anyone who does obtain, give or procure anything other
than the genuine SWEETHEART SOAP for this coupon will be promptly
prosecuted by the Manhattan Soap Co.
CUSTOMERS NOTE Your grocer is allowed two weeks from June 6th
to get SWEETHEART SOAP in stock if his present stock is exhausted.
Mrs. K. C. Little of Abilene, the
mother of Col. Ed C. Little, has writ
ten a book entitled, "Works of Jesus
and His Life." The preface explains
the purpose of the author. It Is as
'"The diligent student by careful
research and much reading can and
does find for himself, distributed
through the Scriptures, the contents
of this little book and actual works
of Jesus. The compiler has hoped to
make more easily accessible to an au
dience larger than that of the dili
gent students, a compact arrangement.
In chronological order as near as may
be, of the works of the Galilean who
healed the leper, renewed the blind
man's sight and restored her only son
to the widow of Nain." A brief though
comprehensive and useful History of
-t Jesus accompanies the Bible narra
tive. -The new Winston Churchill book,
"'Mr. Carew's Career," is proving the
best seller in the Topeka stores.
Harold MacGrath has written a new
novel Just published by the Bobbs-Mer-rill
company. Its alluring title is "The
Lure of the Mask," and it is full of
alluring pictures by Harrison Fisher
and Karl Anderson. The story opens
with a Jump literally. A young New
Yorker, rich, of course, hears from his
window on a night of fog and mist a
woman's voice singing divinely. He
falls in love with it head over heels,
and he falls downstairs In about the
same way, he is in such a hurry to
see the singer. But by the time he
reaches the street, lo! she has van
ished, and only a policeman remains.
Later on, this young, adventurous Mr.
Hillard again meets the young, adven
turous singer under most mystifying
circumstances. They dine together,
but she comes in mask. What the
In, hot weather people
generally tire of the
regular run of meats,
and to these people, we
suggest you try Ban
quet Ham. All dealers
Chas. Wolff Pkg. Co.
voice has begun, the masks puts the
finishing touches to. From then on
Hillard is full forty fathoms deep in
love and curiosity. Then the scene
shifts to Italy, with the shifting for
tunes of an American comic opera
company, stranded at "Venice. The
beautiful singer becomes the prima
donna of this company. The soubrette
1h one Kitty Killigrew, and around her
flourishes a most enticing, exciting
and enlivening subplot. She dances
her way straight into your heart.
Amusing things happen at Venice.
Thrilling things happen at Monte
Carlo. At Florence the climax is
reached, and it makes you fairly gasp
with its intense interest. At Bellaggio,
the loveliest of lovely spots In the land
of love, the curtain goes down on
The Century Co. has a number of
books scheduled for summer issue: In
June, "Diana of Dobson's" and "The
Post Girl," both novels of English life
by English writers; in July, "The Well
In the Desert," the scenes laid in
Arizona, by Adeline Knapp; and,
later, Harvey J. O'Higglns's novellza
tion of "The Grand Army Man."
The J. B. Lipplncott Company will
publish shortly an exceedingly attrac
tive book, "The Perfect Garden." by
Walter Page Wright, editor of The
Gardener, and a well known English
expert on gardening and horticulture.
Mr. Wright has written much upon
these subjects, and describes In his
new book many of the practices and
methods In use in England that have
made English gardens famous
throughout the world. The book is
profusely illustrated in black and
white, and also has a number of pic
tures In color that are reported to be
as fine as anything of the kind that
has so far appeared.
Armlstead Churchill Gordon is well
known as a novelist, a poet, a thinker,
and a man of letters. As the author
of "Befo' the War." a book written
in collaboration with Thomas Nelson
Page, and "The Gift of the Morning
Star," which The Hartford Times
calls "A novel of life, not a tract In
disguise, or any of other queer things
which masquerade as novels, and
the Toledo Blade says is "intensely
interesting:" as the author of "Con
gressional Currency, An Outline of the
Federal Money System," which The
New York Herald says is "solid, sug
gestive, and thoughtful," Mr. Gordon
has built up an enviable reputation.
and numbers his readers by the thou
sands. "The Ivory Gate" but further
proves his remarkable versatility and
his command of literary forms. It is
published by the Neale Publishing
Company of Washington.
William Le Queux, the author of
"The Lady and the Car," recently
published in America by the J.- B.
Lipplncott Company, has enjoyed a
most unusual career. He is perhaps
as well known in political circles as
he is In literary. An Englishman by
birth, he has travelled over most of
the civilized world; studied art in
Paris; has been consul to the Repub
lic of San Marino, and commander of
various Servian and Italian orders;
he has been a journalist and special
correspondent, and has acted as sub
editor of The Globe. He is said to
have , one of the finest collections' of
medieval manuscripts and codicils in
existence. As a writer he needs no
Jack London has more than once
been accused of being unscientific or
inaccurate in his most daring work,
but the charge does not seem to be
borne out by certain facts which are
vouched for by his publishers. Take,
for Instance, "The Iron Heel," which
critics have complained of as over
drawn, and which some have even
scouted as ridiculous. Yet one of the
greatest Americal sociologists has said
that his analysis of the social situation
is essentially scientific. "The Road"
and "People of the Abyss" have been
adopted as text books for classes in
sociology. And now comes the news
that "Before Adam," his story of
primitive man, has been adopted for
required reading in Professor A. G.
Keller's course in anthropology in
Yale university. Professor Keller says
frankly that "Before Adam" is "in all
M Q f n rf i n rr an .nnTin f
II " owuvuuv
with a bank, you
I should careful Iv in.
vestigate the bank's
directors, its depos
its and surplus, and its meth
ods of doing business.
We invite your careful in
spection of our bank and
BANK OF TOPEKA
essentials correct and scientific in its
conception of early man!' an opinion
that should be conclusive in view of
his reputation and authority.
Some of the most successful of . re
cent plays have acquired their names
by Judicious "borrowing." The Great
Divide was the title of a short .story
by Alice Ames Winter that appeared
in The Reader Magazine In November,
1905, more than a year before Mr.
Moody's American drama was heard
of. Of course the play had no re
semblance to the story. George Broad
hurst's political comedy. The Man of
the Hour, was antedated many months
by Octave Thanet's strong American
novel of the same name. The title of
that author's latest book. The Lion's
Share, proved so excellent commer
cially, that the publishers sought to
have it trade marked, but without
success, the government holding that
a book title could not be regarded as
an exclusive label.
Mr. Robert Herrick's new book,
which is to be published this spring,
is entitled "Together," In token of the
fact that it is largely concerned with
the lives of married people. It is
said to be a big, generously construct
ed book, with a great deal of variety
as to scenes and characters. Further
more, it Is rjromised that it holds a
surprise for Mr. Herrick's friends in
that it will show him as navmg aoan
doned his old rather detached method
for a much more personal and inti
mate manner of writing.
REORGANIZE THE CITY LEAGUE.
Midgets Drop Out and J. M. Brunt's
Team laKe tne riace.
it.i. MArtrnntAHnTi in to be made
in the city league within the next few
days. The Midget team wmcn is uuo
of the best Known amateur learna u
this -part of the state will withdraw in
. , t w RiiiTit tpam Man-
IftVUI Ul luc - - -
ager Harper RlgDy or. tne Miageia hub
secured a large number of out of town
nr tho Midzets and it is his
purpose to take his team out on the
road in a lew aays ana mo imuecm
be out of town during the greater part
.i The TCrnnr team is a
Ul LMO cuilliiiv..
strong team and will be able to cope
with any or tne city league teams miu
will make the race interesting.
snrwoT-on nf the Mi fleets
in the city league will be made today
and Bunaay at onene iiar.
the Midgets met the Democratic Flam-
i ,Anm an4 Similnr will ortoose the
Topeka Printing company team. These
games snouia araw wen un attumn .
their farewell appearance and the fact
that there will be no professional game
on that date. -
Pitcher Hogg Is Suspended. V
'' Poughkeepsie, N. Y., -June 6. Pitcher
Billle Hogg did not accompany the
Yankees on the western trip. He has
been indefinitely suspended by Mana
ger Clark Griffith for falling to get
Into proper condition. Hogg, accords
ing to Griffith, has failed to apply him
self to hard work and will warm the
bench without pay until he is able to
deliver the goods.
A Grand family Medicine.
It gives me pleasure to speak a good
word for Electric Bitters," writes Mr.
Frank Conlan of No. 436 Houston St., N. Y.
"It's a grand family medicine for dyspep
sia and liver complications, while for lame
back and weak kidneys It cannot be too
highly recommended." Electric Bitters
regulate the digestive functions, purify
the blood and impart renewed vlgor and
vitality to the weak and debilitated of
both sexes. Sold under guarantee at all
drugstores. 60 cents.
Kansas will send a' delegation of over
40 women to the Boston biennial. The
delegation will ' Join the Missouri and
Oklahoma federations ' in Kansas City.
Among others in the delegation will
be: Mrs. W. A. Johnston, Mrs. J. W.
F. Hughes, Mrs. H. O. Garvey, Miss
Annabel Garvey, Miss Julia Larimer,
Miss Lydia Bolmar, Mrs. G. F. Worley,
Miss . Helen Lindsay, Miss Sampson,
Mrs. Adrian L. Greene. Mrs. Hyatt
Brown. Mrs. O. E. Walker, Mrs. D. H.
Forbes, Mrs. D. C. Nellis, Mrs. G. H.
Whltcomb, all of Topeka, Mrs. Eustace
H. Brown of Olathe, president of the
Kansas federation and the six other
state officers, Mrs. R. P. Murdock of
Wichita, Mrs. C. C. 3oddard, Mrs; F
H. Lemon and Mrs. Fairchild of Leav
enworth. Mrs. May Belleville Brown of
Sallna, Mrs. Stella Miller of Marysvllle.
Mrs. Randolph Nichols, Mrs. Eugene
F. Ware and Mrs. Mackenzie Walker
of Kansas City, Mrs. W. D. Atkinson
of Parsons, Mrs. C. B. Hoffmann of
Enterprise, Mrs. Grace hnyaer oi
Cawker City, Mrs. A. C. Stich of In
dependence and Mrs. Kate Aplington of
njr u TXT Watann. TrosidftTlt rf the
IMio. . . vw. r
city federation of clubs, who has been
in California ior a numoer oi wo
where she was called on account of the
tn.An. n ha, father will TULSfl through
A.- - I -- .
Topeka Wednesday on her way to To-
piabe Bay, mien., waere ms
has their summer home. Her children
are with her and Mr. Watson will Join
them In Topeka and accompany them.
With the city president out of town,
most of the other prominent club wo
men leaving soon for the Boston bi
ennial and the Individual clubs wind
ing up their work until fall, there will
be little doing In club circles until the
Topeka delegation returns from Bos
ton with their reports of the biennial.
The Woman's Kansas Day club has
had the following circular published
to explain the Pawnee Rock move
ment and the club's part in it:
The Women's Kansas Day club is a
woman's patriotic organization which
meets at the state capitol once a year,
January 29th. It is interested in col
lecting and preserving early Kansas
history. This year it is working on
Pawnee Rock. This property Is own
. . n j x TTfinih who values
ea oy -dciij"
, ... mn i7a win deed four acres
surrounding and including the rock to
the state of itansas as e". "
women of Kansas will place thereon,
improvements to the valuation of 3,
000 These Improvements will In
clude a monument to: cost not less
than Jl 600; an avenue 100 feet wide
leading from the town of Pawnee
Rock to the Rock; a woven wire fence
B0 inches high surrounding the entire
Our stock contains an assort
ment of high grade cigars from
which you can select your
choice. Nothing but aU tobac
co cigars sold here.
731 Kansas Ave.
. . : - mH
property;-" a' 'well and windmill. The
avenue on either side, and the park
of four acres are to be set with shade
trees and otherwise beautified; a four
foot cement walk is to be laid leading
from the town up to the Rock. The
face of the Rock which has been mu
tilated -to some extent, 'is to be restor
ed in mason work as nearly as pos
The citizens of Pawnee Rock will
add an extra $1,000 improvement and
have the money deposited In the bank
at the present time. This w.ill make
the property when completed worth
$7,200. The "Women's Kansas Day
club want to complete the work and
present the property to the state of
Kansas when the legislature convenes
next year. Every woman connected
with this work is donating her time
and labor and all expenses of every
The work is thoroughly organized
and has been legalized by the state
The money to do this work will
have to be raised by popular sub
scription and by securing members to
the Women's Kansas Day club. Mem
bership dues are 25c per year.
Will you not ' contribute to this
work as generously as you may feel
able to do?
-Dabt. Kfvnn1nl TintAA? Mlf. Julia
B. Perry of Belolt, superintendent of
the Kansas state inaumnaj ocuuoi
for girls, will be one of three speak-
.v. tiril HorvtM reform nro-
gramme at the biennial. Mrs. Perry's
subject will De tne worKings oi vivu
Service Reform In Institutions
Dr. James H. Can-Held, formerly
H TTnlversltv of Ka.n-
sas, now of Columbia university. New
York, will be the principal speaKer
on the library programme. Mrs. W.
A. Johnston of Topeka is a member
of the library committee of the gen
X no woman a x.t.uia. woj
Pawnee Rock souvenir post cards for
m.. -i,., Mcmhpr'n circulation
1 mnn.irorlTnr CO InB monthlV.
BIIUWO cilvwu"0'o D
Thlrtv-elght new subscribers were
added in one day recently.
From a Wakeeney correspondent:
There Is a society of women in
Wakeeney who have banded them
selves together and are called the
"Ladies Good will ciuo. xi i an
organization of about fifty members,
..kinh injuria indie of the town and
vicinity regardless of wealth, position,
church or political party. It is about
eight years old, and every November
political election tney cnoose omcere.
The present officers are:- Mrs. Addle
t nr-eairianr- Mrs. Lena Nelson.
vice president; Mrs. Barbara Peacock,
secretary; Mrs, Aniomeim
treasurer. ; Among the many good
things the "Ladies Good Will" society
have accomplished is me purcnaee ui
a piano for the Trego county, court
room. They have also paid for and
erected an iron fence enclosing the
cemetery, and they take good care of
it. They wUl also do sewing in
families and business houses. They
meet twice a month at the house of
some of their members, and are at all
times at work and keeping up the
civic pride of Wakeeney. They gave
a dinner Decoration day which netted
them about $85. They have a nice
treasury, and their money Is spend for
the pride of the town. Said one of
their members: "We also take care
of the graves for families who do not
now live here but have friends and
relatives buried in the cemetery."
Certainly the aim of the Wakeeney
Ladies Good Will" society what they
have accomplished in the past and the
work before them in the future is a
most laudable one.
- The Topeka chapter of the D. A. R.
will celebrate Flag Day next Satur
day at the home of Mrs. A. T. Dan
iels.. Flag Day, June 14, falls this
year on Sunday. The Lawrence chap
ter has been asked to spend the day
with the Topeka chapter.
At a meeting of the Woman's Kan
sas Day club held this afternoon at
the Y. W. C. A a nrntut tcc.
from the Current Literature club
against restoring Pawnee Rock with
masonry. Another interesting subject
discussed was the W. K. D. C pro
gram at the Chautauqua in July.
.mo Yignouo uuu neia us last study
meeting of the club year Just closed!
. v. at t - . - . . .
win iui a. nuiucr xaucii bi xne liov
ernor's House Tuesday. Next Tuesday
thA IllH Will mAA, mf t lLT X 1 .
... . L iuig, guuu X.
Chaney to elect officers and discuss a
V ugi mil ivr wiis year.
The Golden Rule club had Its last
meeting of the season Friday wit hi
Mrs. H. F. Clay. The new officers)
are Mrs. Ed. Gordon, president; Mrs.
I. S. Lewis, vice president; Mrs. F. M.
Drake, secretary; Mrs. F. L. Huey,
treasurer; Mrs. Clay and Mrs. Gordon,
delegates to the city federation. Th
club will have its annual field day
with Mrs. A. j. Carruth In Overbrook.
June 19. .... .
The Minerva club was entertained
Monday at the country home of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Stone at a rose
luncheon served at 1 o'clock and fol
lowed by a musicale. The programme,
dedicated to patriotism and June fol
lows. Gavotte Massenet
Mrs. Morton Albaugh.
The Stars and Stripes Forever.. ..Sousa
Mrs. E. G. Foster, Miss Brunette
Walter, Mrs. Albaugh.
Reading Miss Lillian Stone
Roses in June German
Mrs. C. H. Samson.
Badinage Victor Herbert
Mrs. B. D. Clithero.
June-tide (Words by Miss Brunette
Walter, music by Petrovetsch Bissing),
The Sweetest Flower of June.. ..Lieber
Mrs. E. Q. Foster.
Readings from Riley.. Mr. Robt. Stone.
The meeting was the last of the sea
son, but the club will have an outing
at the Samson ranch June 26.
The Portia club had their annual out
ing Tuesday afternoon and evening at
Vlnewood. There was a dinner at 7
o'clock at the cafe at which covers
were laid for 42.
We have all kinds at all X
prices. We guarantee the qual- T
ity of the rubber and know the X
prices we quote are right.
ALEX T. GIBLER
434 ' Kan. Ave. ' . ; I